Web Host BD’s website is in English.
Features and Ease of Use
Web Host BD’s hosting solutions come with the following standard features:
- Free domain
- Free SSL certificates
- Free weekly backups
- cPanel control panel
- Unlimited subdomains
- Unlimited email accounts
- Unlimited databases
- One-click installer
- Free SiteBuilder
- Addon domains
The SSD-based hosting solutions feature multiple operating systems including Centos, Ubuntu, Windows, Fedora, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and Debian. Its eight shared web hosting plans include unlimited databases, free SSL certificates, a free domain name, and the high-speed LiteSpeed Web Server.
Web Host BD offers weekly backup services for clients’ website data. They are performed on a Friday night as a courtesy, but customers are also encouraged to keep their own backup copies.
Servers are housed in high-end data centers in the U.S.A., the Netherlands, the U.K., France, Germany, Australia, Singapore, and Japan. These data centers are equipped with powerful SSD servers with RAID configurations for reliability and super-fast page loading speeds.
Although Web Host BD provides a 99.99% uptime guarantee, some customers have expressed frustration at frequent network outages occurring at least once per month.
Pricing and Support
Web Host BD’s feature-packed hosting plans are pretty cheap. They are priced in Bangladeshi taka, and only annual billing is available, so it’s a good thing you get a 30-day money-back guarantee that should get you out if anything goes wrong within the first month.
At the checkout, you can select whether you want to include DNS management and email forwarding (both of which are free), but you will need to pay an additional fee for I.D. protection.
24/7/365 customer support can be accessed via telephone, ticket, live chat, or email, and you can even visit the head office if you happen to be in Dhaka. My exploratory email received a reply from friendly staff in under 30 minutes.
It’s a good thing that the support response is so good because there are no articles in the knowledge base. A better place to go is the company’s blog.